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Jan 24, 2013 9:00pm PST
started pressuring her principals, like darrin slade of ron brown middle school, to keep a close eye on teachers who didn't measure up. slade told us he welcomed the pressure. he'd been trying to get rid of poor teachers for years. >> i walked into a teacher's room before and the teacher was asleep. i wrote the teacher up, and the teacher still called the union on me. within the first four months, i had, like 12, grievances from teachers, just because i was going in, asking to see their lesson plan, making sure they were doing their job. >> do you have a sense of a percentage of teachers who are really in need of drastic improvement? >> in this building, we have like six teachers. that's, like, 20, 30 percent of the staff. >> we're actually going to hold them accountable to say, "if you say you have five ineffective teachers, then you either have to show us the plans for how you put in place a professional development program for them and they improved, or you've got to show us what you did about that." >> in the past, nobody had the guts like chancellor rhee, nobody had the mindset
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